TALLOW could be the class act on show at Southwell as the William Haggas-trained youngster seeks to follow up her success at Doncaster earlier this month.

The two-year-old filly wears the famous colours of Cheveley Park Stud and has already shown she has ability, getting off the mark at the second attempt after a promising debut run at Redcar two weeks earlier.

Tallow steps up to seven furlongs and although she is penalised for that success, her action suggests she will act on the Fibresand.

The daughter of Kodiac looks like being hard to beat as today's nap selection in division one of the 32Red Casino Novice Stakes, with Richard Kingscote on board.

GAKKU can land a deserved first career triumph as she drops in grade for the Betway Casino Maiden Stakes.

Roger Varian's three-year-old filly was a respectable fourth to Daphne in a Listed contest three weeks ago, in what was her second try in that company from just five starts.

Second in her three other races, Gakku obviously shows a bit at home and can surely open her account in a race of this nature. Jack Mitchell takes the reins.

SWIFT CEDAR was putting in his best work at the finish when third over a mile and a quarter at Leicester, to suggest going back up an extra two furlongs will be right up his street.

David Evans' seven-year-old, who is proven over the course and distance, can defy top weight in the Betway Handicap that opens the card, with Fran Berry in the saddle.

CRACKING FIND promises to be just that under Danny Cook in the Betfred 'Home Of Goals Galore' Novices' Limited Handicap Chase at Sedgefield.

The six-year-old looks to have a bright future with trainer Sue Smith, after making it third-time lucky over fences with a gutsy performance to make all at Newcastle earlier this month.

FREE RANGE can follow up his victory at Fakenham in the Betfred TV Conditional Jockeys' Novices' Hurdle.

The successful point-to-pointer was making his debut under National Hunt rules and looks another winner for the Dan Skelton team, with jockey Bridget Andrews having a handy 3lb claim.

FULL IRISH is worth a little bit of interest in a three-mile handicap chase at Lingfield.

Emma Lavelle's inmate was a pretty good hurdler but there is every chance he will be even better over fences.

Full Irish admittedly hardly set the world alight on his chasing debut at Warwick on November 10, when he finished a well-beaten fourth behind Ozzie The Oscar.

Yet that was a good race and everything he did over hurdles tends to suggest that two-mile trip was on the sharp side.

With that pipe-opener in safe-keeping, allied to this significant ascent in distance, he should be an entirely different proposition at Lingfield under Leighton Aspell.